Guests: Bruce Gregory, Jacob Glass, Keith Kavanaugh and Tam Morgan
From a Course perspective, is pride better than prejudice?
“The Love of God, for a little while, must still be expressed through one body to another, because vision is still so dim…” (ACIM, T-1.VII.2:3)
In the closet, out of the closet—is there really a closet at all?
With the multitude of sexual preferences, sexual orientation, and growing awareness of gender fluidity, it’s time for FIP to come out of all closets and discuss the topic that ACIM co-scribe Helen Schucman was directed to keep out of the Course and why…
- Amongst all the words in the Course, why is there no reference to sex or sexuality?
- Does Lesson 199 “I am not a body. I am free.” mean that we should abstain from sex completely and focus on more “spiritual” matters?
- What, if any, role did Dr. William Thetford’s closeted homosexuality play in his co-scribing of the Course?
Let’s take a look together at how, in our collective dream, we marginalize people because of their preferences and how applied Course principles can awaken us from homophobic to home.
Let’s join panelists of male-gendered, gay Course teachers and students to discuss the impact of A Course in Miracles through the lens of male homosexuality.
Are you in or out? 😉